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Ha! It reminds me of all the people that get offended and make angry comments on Onion articles.
My conclusion is the two people are one in the same. =/ Which makes it kinda funny I guess...
Actually... the threads are nearly identical...
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Edited by Drothvader#1215 on 2/26/2013 8:04 PM PST
Why do Americans write the date mm/dd/yyyy?
my guess would be because of the way we actually speak it.
ex: today's date is february 27th 2013. 02/27/2013
not many people speak english the way it would of been spoken more commonly a century ago.
ex: today's date is the 27th of february, in the year 2013.
when someone asks you what your birthday is, how do you verbally respond?
i hope that is enough logical reasoning for you. now maybe you can answer my question. depending on the answer to my above question, why does everyone else use the dd/mm/yyyy scenario? when made into a sentence as i did in example 1, not only does it save time speaking it, but also saves time typing it. seconds turn into minutes, minutes into hours, hours into days. in the overall scheme of life how many days of your life may have been wasted speaking 5 extra words? how many pieces of paper, clicks on your keyboard, gallons of ink from your printer, and since they all cost it at one expense or another, how many of your hard earned dollars could or would have been wasted by typing those extra 5 words.
logical?!? i think so........
edit: i just lost 3 minutes of my life. i hope my time lost, giving you the basics of logic, has helped you gain precious moments that can be forever remembered.
Edited by TragOul#1699 on 2/26/2013 10:25 PM PST
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